Proposed Media Law Causes Controversy

Kimer, James T.
November 2004
NACLA Report on the Americas;Nov/Dec2004, Vol. 38 Issue 3, p44
Academic Journal
Discusses issues concerning the draft press oversight project in Brazil as of December 2004. Response of journalists and civil liberties groups to the proposed media law; Functions of the proposed Federal Journalism Council; Opposition of international press advocacy groups to the proposal.


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